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Gartner reported that low-code application platforms are expected to remain the largest component of the low-code development technology market through 2022, increasing nearly 30% from 2020 to reach $5.8 billion this year.

So, it’s hardly surprising that businesses around the world are actively seeking to deploy more agile solutions – something they can utilize to solve problems quickly and get apps into the hands of users before the window of opportunity has closed.

This is where low-code technology strategies come to the fore, providing organizations with the ability to leverage intuitive tools to create new solutions that solve business problems as they emerge.

It also allows companies to leverage existing technology solutions to bring data together and implement new applications that put the right information in front of the right people at the right time.

A critical component of low-code integration is the ability for the app-building platform to access and use all the latest data from the company’s entire content & application universe.

Frost & Sullivan notes that organizations expect to see the greatest benefit when low-code development capabilities are built into a content management/process automation platform.

A low-code approach − in addition to core content services capabilities like business process automation and intelligent capture − can work together to fuel digital business strategy and empower the organization to excel at this new rapid pace of business.

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